The Structure of Constitutional Pluralism, International Journal of Constitutional Law (2013)
Nico Krisch’s new book, Beyond Constitutionalism: The Pluralist Structure of Post-National Law (BC), is a major contribution to the field of legal pluralism as applied to international legal regimes. 1 In clear and accessible prose, BC develops a nuanced account of the structural features of global law from a wide range of carefully considered normative positions and empirical claims, and provides detailed case studies of pluralism in action. For readers of I·CON, I would regard it as essential reading.
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Sweet, Alec Stone, "The Structure of Constitutional Pluralism" (2013). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4624.